Rios Presidente Hotel

Address: Rua Pedro I 19, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 20060-050, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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        • Swimming pool
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        Rio on a Shoestring!

        A travel blog entry by pamelia on Dec 26, 2014

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        ... so we could only have it for two weeks and he wanted R$1500 per week! I was livid but Paul got back on the phone and found us another apartment in the same building. It was smaller than the first one, and the kitchenette had only a bar-sized refrigerator a gas microwave and no air conditioning!! The rent was also more at R$3500 for three weeks but what could we do? We couldn't go back to Sergio's and the hostel reservation had was late ...

        Rio In An Afternoon (Day 35)

        A travel blog entry by bdfro on Nov 14, 2014

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        ... Many people had to go down into the small cabin below to get out of the elements. Virtual high five for us! The boat ride lasted about 1.5 hours and then we boarded a semi-private bus for another 3 or so hours to take us to our hotel, Ché Lagarto Suites, in the Copacabana neighbourhood of Rio. We quickly checked into our hotel and then started our guided city tour of Rio. We began by riding up the two sets of funiculars to see the incredible ...

        Amery’s travels from Rio de Janeiro (2)

        A travel blog entry by amery on Sep 01, 2014

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        ... kilo. Typically, the value is very good, and it’s possible to have a plateful of food for around $5-10.

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        Welcome to Brazil!

        A travel blog entry by vickiponce on Jul 13, 2014

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        ... for a long hot shower!

        After three days in Trindade we took the long windy bus back to Paraty to catch a connection to Rio. Unfortunately I didn't get a chance to have a look in Paraty which is a bit of a shame - would love to go back as I have heard very good things (but maybe when the weather is better)! The bus to Rio took about four hours so we arrived at our accommodation by late afternoon. I tried to look for Christ the Redeemer on the way into the station but no luck! ...

        Brazil - Rio de Janeiro

        A travel blog entry by mattcoopers on Jul 04, 2014

        ... to listen the grip in the cuffs. This just led to more cutting on the wrists and a lump on my left wrist. The prison holding cell was a few metres squared, ************crete walls and floor, a small floor flush toilet in the corner and 3 black Brazilian 20 yr olds eyeing me down. They tried to speak to me in Portuguese and were jeering/nudging me around as if to bully me a bit. What a scary experience!! I tried to stay tough and not act scared (on the inside, I was crying like ...